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Are these sentence corrects ? If not, would you correct them ?

#1 Her high heels stood firmly against the planks while she closed tighly in her hands on the red ropes above her wrist, looking over other maginficent builidgs in the east.

#2 Even though we are one of the most liberal nations in the world, we still see some stigma news on race, classware, religion, etc.

#3 She turned the same music which was playing over and over again because there was no music allowed from the radio in this hospital.

#4 Mr Murry had won the case for the unlawful dismissal.

#5 He sat down and began to think of his new column topic, as usual, holding his chin with two fingers.

# 6 Harding said to him that you would get used to the loud music as if you lived near the falls, later, you would not feel be bothered after a long, long time.
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Problems in orange

#1 Her high heels stood firmly against the planks (sounds a bit odd) while she closed her hands tighly on the red ropes above her wrists, looking over other maginficent builidgs in the east. A bit of an odd sentence altogther really...not sure what is going on here! Several typos.

#2 Even though we are one of the most liberal nations in the world, we still see some stigma news on race, classware, religion, etc. Stigma news does not make sense. classware is not a word.

#3 She turned the same music which was playing over and over again because there was no music allowed from the radio in this hospital. she turned it on or off?

#4 Mr Murry had won the case for the unlawful dismissal.

#5 He sat down and began to think of his new column topic, as usual, holding his chin with two fingers. I would change the word order after topic.

# 6 Harding said to him that you would get used to the loud music as if you lived near the falls, later, you would not feel be bothered after a long, long time. said to who - him or you? not clear. what is the connection between loud music and the falls.' Later' and 'after a long, long time' are duplicating the same idea. bothered by what?
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Here are my attempts. I took a couple of liberties in translation:

1) She stood firmly on the planks, in her high heels, while her hands closed tightly on the red ropes around her wrists, and looked eastward over the magnificent buildings.

2) Even though we are one of the most liberal nations in the world, we still see shameful news reports about racism, class warfare, religious [scandals?], etc.

3) No radios were allowed in this hospital, which was playing the same music loop over and over. She turned it off.

4) Mr. Murry had won the case regarding unlawful dismissal.

5) He sat down and began to think of a new topic for his column, holding his chin with two fingers, as usual.

6) Harding said to him that he would get used to the loud music, in the same way that one who lives near the falls gets used to its sound after a while.
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Harding told him that "you would get used to the loud music, as if you lived near the falls. Later you would not feel troubled."
Mr. Murry had won his case for unfair dismissal.

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